Was the Nissan Leaf the most favoured Electric Car of 2017?


Auto Trader have announced the UK's most searched for cars of 2017, broken down by fuel type, so here at TaaS Magazine we focused on the Electric vehicles.


Top Ten Searches for 100%-Electric Vehicles performed with Auto Trader during 2017:

1. Nissan Leaf

2. BMW i3

3. Mercedes-Benz B Class

4. Renault Zoe

5. VW Golf

6. Hyundai Ioniq

7. KIA Soul

8. Mitsubishi Outlander

9. Tesla Model S

10. Vauxhall Ampera

The fuel type that featured the most premium vehicles was Diesel, followed by Hybrid. However, it looks like Petrol vehicles might still be here for some time.

The most searched for manufacturer overall (regardless of fuel type) is BMW, leaving Mercedes-Benz, Ford, Volkswagen, Audi and Vauxhall fighting it out for the rest of the top searches.

The full results can be viewed here.

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